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    talking about the rhetorical aspect of images, people are usually unaware of the potential power that a photograph has to convince someone. However, images such as those of veterans meeting their relatives in tears use emotional appeal to convince their viewers so those viewers are far more likely to agree with the message behind the photo. What makes those images so powerful? And why does it matter that those images have such power? While photographs may seem harmless, it can be used to trick us easily without us knowing. Photographs have a powerful impact on how one sees and interpret the message that comes with an image. Whether we realize it or not, pictures can be well used to trick us. To demonstrate the power and effectiveness of photographs, think of the images of veterans…

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    The use of visual images is an advocacy strategy used in the blog.24 An example of a visual image used in the blog is a generalised image of a man giving emotional support to another man juxtaposed with bold text ‘Helping those behind’ and ‘your family expert’. This emphasises on the important role of friends and family in preventing male suicide and motivates readers to actively think about their role in suicide prevention. The use of narratives is another advocacy strategy used in the blog24.…

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    The power of selfie bring us together The definition of selfie is the capture of yourself in a photo that you took and shared to the social media. In this case this selfie had been shared to the media but instead of only one person they are three. That made this selfie a little different from the majority of them. However, they took it a step further. They recognize was an experience that they shared together, and not was appropriate to leave out important people that contribute to that moment.…

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    Rule of thirds is also known as a rule of thumb. It is basically a guideline or rather a pathway which is applied in the process of composing visual images for example films, designs, paintings as well as photographs. In deed it can be applied to any subject to improve the composition as well as the balance of your images. This composition technique is very fundamental as it can be used in all types of photography in order to yield images which are better balanced and more engaging. The rule of…

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    Why is Images so Important Conveying Information? Writing in the Margins Understanding image histograms is probably the single most important concept to become familiar with when working with pictures from a digital camera. A histogram can tell you whether or not your image has been properly exposed, whether the lighting is harsh or flat, and what adjustments will work best. It will not only improve your skills on the computer, but as a photographer as well. Each pixel in an image has a…

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    Body Image Dissatisfaction

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    people to feel unsatisfied with their bodies. This body image dissatisfaction can result in disordered eating, self hatred, problematic social behavior, and overall an unhealthy mental, emotional, and physical state of being. Teenage girls and boys, and even boys and girls as early as ages 9-12 have reported feeling unsatisfied with their bodies. Living in an American society that glorifies "super-hunks and airbrushed beauties"(Maynard 1) children learn at an early age that perfection must be…

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    Unattainable Body Image

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    In a Survey that I created I learned that out of 25 female who took the test 58.33%said their appearance was very Important ,While 41.67% of the males said their appearance was very Important. Also in the Survey I ask two question ,Do you feel that the media creates an unattainable body image for women? And Do you feel that the media creates an unattainable body image for men? For the first questions showed that out of all who took the survey 78% felt the media creates an unattainable body image…

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    Body Image In America

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    culture, there is a high rate of girls who are pressured to have “perfect” bodies. The standards of body shapes are established through the media and society. These are two of the many known causes that change or influence a girl’s image. Several studies indicate that being influenced to be thin can tremendously effect an adolescent’s well-being and lead to body image disturbance, eating disorders and low self- esteem. One of the main concepts that pressures girls to want to attain the "ideal"…

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    Teenage Body Image

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    How many times a day have you seen an advertisement that made you feel insecure about yourself? This includes your body image and is “how one feels and acts in response to his or her perceived appearance”(“Body”). For a teenage girl growing up in the early 21st century, society has created an ideal body image for all women. The media advertises ways to have a “skinnier” and “sexier” body type. This might influence a young girl to lose weight and contain depression. For young women, body image…

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    Assignment 3: Video & Image Editing I realize that there is an internet social media culture that enjoys taking pictures and posting them online for their friends, family, and the world to see. I have friends that post pictures multiple times a day seemingly storing their pictures on social media for all to devour anytime they choose. Many of the photos that my friends post online are edited with some sort of software that they have downloaded or with software that is included in their…

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